Angels in a 30

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bassetman created the topic: Angels in a 30

Can you do a couple angels in a 30? Just got a bunch of 30s free and looking for uses.


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gorgoroth replied the topic: Angels in a 30

just for breeding purposes? yes easily, you could even divide it into 2 15's and have 2 couples. once the eggs have been laid you could move each couple into a seperate 30 and watch the fry :D

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BlueMoonJay replied the topic: Angels in a 30

Can be done easily
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Darth Nandopsis replied the topic: Angels in a 30

A 30L?? Would be better in a 29H as they get bigger, Angels are latterally compressed & would appreciate more vertical room, 30L is a little too low for my tastes(for Angels)....

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